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Pro ASP.NET 2.0 E-Commerce in C# 2005 (Expert's Voice in .NET) ePub download

by Paul Sarknas

  • Author: Paul Sarknas
  • ISBN: 1590597249
  • ISBN13: 978-1590597248
  • ePub: 1465 kb | FB2: 1147 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Programming
  • Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (December 12, 2006)
  • Pages: 640
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 494
  • Format: rtf mbr docx lit
Pro ASP.NET 2.0 E-Commerce in C# 2005 (Expert's Voice in .NET) ePub download

The book begins by introducing e-commerce systems and lays out the toolset. By the end of this book, youll have all the skills youll need to begin creating professional quality e-commerce systems from the ground up. Скачать (pdf, 1. 2 Mb) Читать.

The book begins by introducing e-commerce systems and lays out the toolset. To help you learn about meeting and overcoming real-world challenges, the book features a case study of a fictional company, Little Italy Vineyards. As you progress through the book, youll focus on e-commerce requirements, then proceed to model the objects utilizing UML to generate and define the complete architecture for the example application. Once you put it all together, youll address the site coding.

I wish Paul Sarknas well for taking the time to write a book like this If you're looking for the most complete and current reference on building E-commerce applications using.

I wish Paul Sarknas well for taking the time to write a book like this. Hands-on working, real life experience in design, analysis, coding 3-tier web site. Published by Thriftbooks. If you're looking for the most complete and current reference on building E-commerce applications using. NET . and C this is THE book for you. The author takes you step-by-step through the entire lifecycle of an E-commerce application, from planning and architecture to development, deployment and maintenance. Every step along the way is fully-documented in code (C and SQL), along with multitudes of helpful Visual Studio 2005 screenshots.

This book compliments our Beginning AS. ET . E-Commerce book, to provide professional developers with the skills they need to create high-quality bespoke e-commerce systems to their customer's requirements. The book assumes no prior knowledge of e-commerce, although it does assume a working familiarity with AS. Download Pro AS. E-Commerce in C 2005 (Expert's Voice i. ET). Download from DEPOSITFILES Download from FILESONIC.

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Pro AS. E-Commerce in C 2005 takes you through the e-commerce web application development cycle, from conception to coding to deployment and maintenance

Pro AS. E-Commerce in C 2005 takes you through the e-commerce web application development cycle, from conception to coding to deployment and maintenance. It will also help you maximize your potential profits, learn what risks are involved, and take the necessary steps to minimize those risks. The book begins by introducing e-commerce systems and lays out the toolset.

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This book functions as a 'one-stop shop' for e-commerce development with AS. Everything the reader needs to know, from design and planning, through coding, to delivery and maintenance is addressed in a clear hands-on manner. The coverage complements and builds on the material in the book Beginning AS. E-Commerce, providing professional developers with the skills they need to create high-quality e-commerce systems that fulfill their customers' requirements. The book assumes a working familiarity with AS., but no prior expertise in e-commerce.

This book functions as a ‘one-stop shop’ for e-commerce development with ASP.NET 2.0. Everything the reader needs to know, from design and planning, through coding, to delivery and maintenance is addressed in a clear hands-on manner. The coverage complements and builds on the material in the book Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 E-Commerce, providing professional developers with the skills they need to create high-quality e-commerce systems that fulfill their customers’ requirements. The book assumes a working familiarity with ASP.NET 2.0, but no prior expertise in e-commerce. At present, no other book addresses e-commerce on the .NET 2.0 Platform.

Yalone
I wanted to get up to speed quickly on ASP web apps and e-commerce so I bought this book for it's tutorial value.

It's a very easy read; succinct and well organized. No goofy jokes or silly icon symbols. Treatments of requirements gathering and UML are so light they're nearly useless. However, the book is a case study and tutorial, not a treatise on a particular discipline.

I rate it 4, because it's BLOATED with HTML and C# code. But, no need to type it, since it's available on-line. OTOH, its inclusion is a quicker reference than digging around on disc.

Looks like a very good choice for following a complete project and learing the essentials of ASP.NET 2.0 E-commerce.
Coiwield
Overall a pretty good book that covers design and implementation concepts that can be used for nearly any type of ASP.NET application. Although I understand why the author chose to exclusively use Stored Procedures to implement database access, I do wish he implemented some functionality that didn't use stored procedures in order to futher demonstrate the use of Microsoft Data Access Application Blocks.

I would absolutely recommend reading ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution (Programmer to Programmer) in addition to this book in order to get a more complete coverage of architecting a multi-layered application.
Yanthyr
I agree with the editor that using this book you wil be able to create
professional quality e-commerce sites with ASP.NET 2.0 Webforms from start to finish
Marilore
The author did a wonderful job of showing how to build a fully-functional, e-commerce website in C#. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn how to build an e-commerce site from scratch. When I have my computer on, [...]
I wish Paul Sarknas well for taking the time to write a book like this.
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Windworker
This book provides a good starting point for developing new E-Commerce applications. It does not reveal everything you need to know, but what it says are quite basic. So if you can learn a few tricks from this book, it does well worth the money!
Beahelm
very useful book
Marilbine
Let's face it, if you are a computer programmer, you have a 'few' books in your development library that stand out as some of your best. Get ready, if you are into ASP.NET E-Commerce websites with some of the latest technologies, this book will be promoted to your desktop and not to some hidden corner on your bookshelf.

Mr. Sarknas has written a book that other authors can only strive for. It is fairly short, 616 pages, with code samples and practical start to finish examples of creating an N-Tiered website capable of hosting a multitude of users. (I loved the use of Microsoft Data Access Application Blocks for the data access layer).

Now with all that said, it's editing has not been perfect, it got a little 'choppy' around the Business Logic layer of the book with it's code examples, therefore, by all means my strong recommendation is to download the book source code from Apress, you won't be dissatisfied once you reference the Completed Code sub-directory to figure out where some of it went wrong and why your project won't compile with the F6 key.

Also, note, 'Pro' is in the title for the reason. You really need a firm grasp of the object-oriented principles and multi-tiered architectures to take advantage of the information herein.

Overall, an excellent adventure in programming. I strongly recommend purchasing if you are serious about developing websites for you, a client, or your current company. It will save you many hours of frustration.
The content is well-presented in a logical fashion, it's examples are useful and re-usable. The author doesn't makes use of a few things that are beyond the scope of in-depth discussion within the book (such as MS DB Helper) but he gives sufficient information to use and understand these elements.
The code is occasionally illogical (to me) in its layout. For example the declaration of public class variables being left to the end of a file may lead a total novice to wonder why intelisense is having difficulty with their code. I suspect this is a quite likely occurence as the book comes across as a learn-as-you-go affair.

Some development steps are occasionally overlooked, such as instructing the reader to add certain references to their class libraries (done at some points but not others), and the book has some fairly serious coding typos. I shan't hold these points against it too heavily as it makes the reader think more carefully about what they're doing rather than letting them copy verbatim and switch off.

I especially like the "How it works" paragraphs on pretty much every bit of code. Most of it's pretty obvious, but as with any coding project (especially 3-tier architecture) there are times when it becomes complicated enough to overwhelm the reader, I found these sections really hold the book together and keep me on track with what's going on and why.

Also worth a mention is the use of the Paypal API. I haven't the cause to make use of it myself, but having read through it, I'd thoroughly recommend this book to anyone considering using Paypal services on any level.

Lastly, I'm also the the not-so-proud owner of "Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005: From Novice to Professional (Beginning: From Novice to Professional)" by Matthew MacDonald. If you have any intentions of making a working commerce website, and you're thinking, "which of these titles is best for me, I'm only a novice?": Go for Sarkansas. He will make you a professional. If you take the MacDonald option you will be a novice forever.
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